SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel women's basketball team returns home for a midweek clash against Culver-Stockton on Wednesday night.
SERIES HISTORY Evangel leads the all-time series with the Wildcats 39-33 and Culver-Stockton won the previous matchup this season 103-82.
► Evangel returns to the Ashcroft Center for a midweek matchup against the Culver-Stockton Wildcats.
► Junior Lexie Vaught is fourth in the country in steals per game (4.25) and fourth in the country in total steals (85)
► Owning the glass has helped Evangel with 44.22 boards per game, which is good for eight in the country. The Crusaders are especially good on the offensive glass with an average of 17.48 per game, which is fourth in the country. Vaught ranks number 25 in Division I in Offensive Rebounds with 3.35 per game, while freshman Brianna Vogts ranks number 49 with 2.74 per game.
► The Crusaders are led offensively by 14.95 ppg from Vaught and 10.35 from Vogts, Mackenzie Farmer (10.00 ppg), and Kylee Moore (8.91 ppg) make the Crusaders tough to guard.
Evangel will go back on the road this weekend as they head to Cedar Rapids, Iowa to take on Mount Mercy on Saturday, Feb. 9. Tipoff is scheduled for noon.